Other Dewi Morgans

The Dewi Morgan who wrote this (myself, the one I know as "me") is a techie. To find out more about him, click here or here or here.

However, there are many others out there, none of whom have contacted me, and none of whom I have been mistaken for. Nontheless, I reckon I should make this page for all the other Dewis out there, just in case.

Some or all of these may be the same person. These are just what I have found over the years with things like vanity searches on google and suchlike. Some of these Dewis look like really great people, like the Doctor/pilot/philanthropist. Something for all of us other Dewi Morgans to aspire to...

From http://www.bartleby.com/63/24/4224.html.
Quoted in Simpsonís Contemporary Quotations, compiled by James B. Simpson.
Dewi Morgan, Rector, St Brideís, Fleet Street, London
He said:
"Christianity is different from all other religions. They are the story of manís search for God. The Gospel is the story of Godís search for man."
† † - St Maryís Messenger Sep/Oct 66
From http://www.speakinc.org/ebc/booklist.html
Author of "Arising from the Psalms"
From http://hotmail.com.
There used to be some guy in Swansea who had "dewimorgan@hotmail.com", and who's password hint was his dog's name. Nothing more known about him.
From word of mouth.
There is a plumber somewhere with this name.
From http://ethereal.planetmirror.com/lists/ethereal-dev/199909/msg00145.html and http://www.ietf.org/proceedings/97aug/attendees/qosr-attendees-97aug.txt
There is another Dewi Morgan programmer, working at sco: dewim@sco.com - he was also an attendee of QOSR sessions(s) at the 39th IETF in Munich, August 11-15, 1997.
From http://foldoc.doc.ic.ac.uk/foldoc/editors.html
One of the guest editors of FOLDOC, on 2000-08-29, was a Dewi Morgan.
From http://www.bbc.co.uk/cymru/canrif/1925.shtml
Something happenning in Pwlleli, I think, where the name comes up, but I'm afraid I don't read Welsh well enough to find out what it's about. It says:
"Enillydd: Dewi Morgan ('Cantre'r Gwaelod')".
The name also appears in several other BBC Cymru pages, I assume from the same guy.
From http://www.censusreformgroup.btinternet.co.uk/Contacts.html
A member of the Census Reform Group, with photo. He is in Bridgend, on 01656 865338. Address: 4 Mervyn Way, Pencoed, Bridgend, CF35 6JH.
From www.newtontalk.net/archive/ntalk-sean/newtontalk-digest-V2-n828
Has an apple newton? Mog@dewi.demon.co.uk
From http://www.llgc.org.uk/lp/lp0162.htm
Two obituary entries from the National Library of Wales (so I guess they don't count as "existing" Dewis anymore)
MORGAN, David 'Dewi' Meurig (?1915-1996), 1996: 140
MORGAN, Dewi Lewis (1916-1993), 1993: 188-91
From http://khnt.hit.uib.no/icame/manuals/lob/LOBD.HTM
Author of "1662 and All That: Commemorating the Third Centenary of the Book of Common Prayer." London: A. R. Mowbray & Co. Ltd., 1961. Pp. 58-65
From http://home.talkcity.com/LibertySt/sarajevo2010/list800.htm
A Dewi Morgan signed a petition. It might even have been me, in fact. Not sure.
From http://www.pluk.org/qm5.html
POISE UNDER PRESSURE (Organizational Dimensions of Abuse) was written in part by a Dewi Morgan-Jones, described as an "Abuse Prevention Specialist".
From http://www.mikindani.com/help.html
Dr. Dewi Morgan, of East Grimstead, has apparently "given generous material help and valuable assistance to Trade Aid."
From word of mouth.
There is a doctor with this name, who treats disabled pilots.
From http://www.av-para-tetra.demon.co.uk/news.htm and http://www.av-para-tetra.demon.co.uk/davecollins.htm
A Civil Aviation Authority Doctor (who is also a pilot). This seems to be the same one as the above two.
From http://www.gwynedd.gov.uk/adrannau/ysgrifennydd/pwyllgorau/cyngorsir/19991216.english.doc
Variously listed throughout this site as "Head of Auditors", "Internal Audit Manager", etc. The site is about Gwynedd Council.
From http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0747243123/
A female (albeit fictional) Dewi Morgan! Whaddaya know?
From http://newark.rutgers.edu/~lcrew/lambeth.html
Author of "The Bishops Come to Lambeth", 1958.
From http://www.colwyn-aberconwy-jfl.org.uk/100900.htm and http://www.llandudnojunctionfc.co.uk/borough.htm
A Dewi Morgan scored in the under 12s, September 2000.
From http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/CGN/Troed-yr-Aur/
Apparently author of "Hanes Eglwys Annibynnol Hawen, Ceredigion"
From http://www.dphhs.state.mt.us/dsd/govt_programs/ddp/StrategicPlanning/
Dewi Morgan-Jones doing something US government related.
From www.cymerau.gwynedd.sch.uk/Eisteddfodau.htm
"Dewi Morgan, Aberystwyth" entioned. Welsh.
From http://www.engin.cf.ac.uk/teaching/undergrd/civil/placemnt/0102/
"Dewi Morgan Pugh" was assigned on placement to "Keir Group" in Plymouth from the Engineering dept of Cardiff University
From http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/health/newsid_278000/278867.stm
17-year-old sixth form pupil Dewi Morgan [from Y Pant Comprehensive at Talbot Green, Mid Glamorgan] remained "critically ill" in intensive care at East Glamorgan Hospital with meningococcal septicaemia. [Note: this is 10 miles from Pontyprydd, where I used to live]
From http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/online/modern/pym/pym000.html
From http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/online/modern/pym/pym000.html
A book 'Young Men in Fancy Dress', Dedicated to 'H.D.M.G.' [Hugh Dewi Morgan Griffith, of Pwllheli, Gwynedd].
From http://users.cybercity.dk/~bst4747/rogue/files/deu521.txt
Actually, this was me as well. Credits in the DEU text.
Lost alumni of Crist's College:
1971 Mr Dewi Morgan
They would be happy for any info, so if any of you Dewis are the right one...
From http://www.landfield.com/usenet/news.announce.newgroups/soc/soc.apathy
The results of a soc.apathy vote. Surprisingly, abstains were in the minority... This was me, voting.
From http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:Ku390fPcXeA:www.denbighshire.gov.uk/CE/Councillors.nsf/f0585476b325383b802568b4003f09b1/975d0977e9d9e5d2802568c6003968db/%24FILE/Epa1503R.pdf+%22dewi+morgan%22&hl=en
Mr Dewi Morgan L. Jones, Old Meadows, Upper Denbigh Rd, St Asaph
Some governmenty thing.

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